At Morrow Family Medicine, our main philosophies are:
1. Use our walk-in hour (7:30 - 8:30 a.m. M-F) for anything you need (established patients only please).
2. If you are sick and call us, we will see you within 24 hours.
3. If you need a return phone call, we will handle that in what YOU consider a reasonable period of time.
Morrow Family Medicine will utilize both physicians and physicians’ assistants in delivering the highest quality healthcare available anywhere.
We think you’ll agree ... ... this is the way healthcare should be!
Walk-In Policy Change… We are very appreciative of the way that you have embraced us as your primary care providers. Dr. Morrow and Jaime Kutter, PA-C appreciate all your support and need you to be aware of that.
In order to ensure that our patients continue to receive the quality and timely care that we insist on, we are asking that new patients NOT use the walk-in hour for their first visit. The time required for intake and triage for that first visit adds undue wait time to established patients' visits.
One of the hallmarks of quality care us timeliness and we take this very seriously. We believe that this slight change in policy will allow us to see all patients in a reasonable period of time and also to provide the level of care that everyone deserves and expects.
Donate-A-Device to the Forsyth BYOT Benefit -
and help a deserving Forsyth County student improve their education with your assistance.
The Forsyth BYOT Benefit, founded by Dr. Jim and Peggie Morrow, is collecting electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets, readers, etc., and delivering them to students in the county who do not have a device suitable to help them excel in their education.
Collection barrels are located at Morrow Family Medicine, JTECH Networks on Lake Center Parkway, and the Cumming-Forsyth Chamber of Commerce on Kelly Mill Road.
Drop off your device and JTECH will wipe it of any personal information, allowing it to be donated to a deserving student as identified by the school district.
Thank you for your help in this effort that last year donated over $29,000 to the BYOT Initiative in Forsyth County.